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heat treatment book
« on: 18.02. 2016 16:39 »
Any one know of a definitive book/publication on the art of heat treatment of metals ?

Science / Methods / types of heat/ furnace etc

Looking to set up something at home that would be used fairly frequently

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Re: heat treatment book
« Reply #1 on: 18.02. 2016 20:30 »
Hi Scotty,

Do a Google search for "Heat Treatment Data Book"  and click on the Seco/Warwick reference.  That might be the sort of thing that you are looking for.

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Re: heat treatment book
« Reply #2 on: 18.02. 2016 22:49 »
I might know of one.

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Re: heat treatment book
« Reply #3 on: 19.02. 2016 03:47 »
Many thanks gents

these both look like good places to start  *smile*

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Re: heat treatment book
« Reply #4 on: 19.02. 2016 15:57 »
Would that include surface hardening? Don't you need access to poisonous substances like cyanide for that?
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Re: heat treatment book
« Reply #5 on: 19.02. 2016 16:47 »
Yes surface hardening as well but without the nasty stuff if possible  *eek*

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